WHO OKs New Genome Editing Registry, Calls For Governance Framework
A new global registry is being set up to log all research involving genome editing, and there are plans for an online consultation on a governance framework on such research. The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine has welcomed the fact that the new registry will not be as burdensome for therapeutic developers as it originally thought.
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